Nazi Germany

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Noun1.Nazi Germany - the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)Nazi Germany - the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)
Reich - the German state
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During his research, Harris had come across Hitler's plans for the world after he had won the war, and the author started to imagine the social and geopolitical "what if's": would a Nazi empire have spread and lasted, and if so, by what means?
The Nazi Empire set off the Holocaust against the Jews while its supporters cheered in approval.
Miss Spitz also became a speck of dust, joining the dust storm of humanity sweeping throughout the Nazi empire.
TODAY marks the seventieth anniversary of D-Day, the remarkable military operation that saw 160,000 Allied troops invade Normandy in an invasion that was to spark the beginning of the end for Hitler's Nazi empire.
But she also makes the case that such divisions over national categories, and even within national communities, permeated the Nazi Empire during World War II.
I take the drastic position that the world would have been better off if the British Empire had never existed--that its actions, though infinitely less iniquitous than those of the Nazi Empire, were invidious, and equally ephemeral--above all, in the Middle East.
The vital supplies helped the Red Army in the fight against Hitler on the Eastern front and, crucially, kept Germany fighting on two fronts, sapping the Nazi empire's strength.
Documents going under the hammer show he was doped up on 28 medications as his Nazi empire crumbled.
Rather than securing living space for Germany, however, the contest resulted in the total defeat and ultimate death of the Nazi Empire.
Bader, age 43 when he began his clandestine work, operated as an intelligence officer, though he never uses that term, moving money and instructions, particularly for attempts at escape, by the use of secret agentsanother term not used; Bader calls them "emissaries"who were able to travel in and out of what had become a Nazi empire ruled by the Gestapo.
A review of Mazower's book commented that the complex multiple topics included in a history of the Nazi empire presented organizational challenges "that must make an author reach for the aspirin" (Laurence Rees in the Sunday Times, June 8, 2008).
Day 3: See Munich as the cradle of the Nazi empire when you start on a 2.5-hour guided walking tour that takes you to some of the buildings that carry the secret of its dark past.